With Fluctuating Market Prices, The Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin Shows Nothing But Promise
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While Gold by itself may seem like a secure enough investment, the price per ounce fluctuates with time, and can have its downturns like any other commodity. But investing in something that has, historic significance, as well as monetary value could increase your overall profit. One such avenue is Gold Coin investing. A perfect example of such an investment is the Martha Washington First Spouse $10 Gold Coin. This 24-karat, ½ ounce of .9999 Fine Gold Coin is a wonderful way to diversify your portfolio.
Let’s look at the numbers. When it was first issued on June 17, 2007, the uncirculated price was $410.95, and the proof was $429.95; both sold out within hours of being made available. Since the release of the Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin the value of gold has dropped by $44, resulting in a 3.55% loss; but the Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin has risen in value by 115.14%!
A historically significant figure, Martha Washington is the first, First Lady. Her visage appears domestic, and delicate on the Obverse of the coin, but her story is anything but. Camping with her husband through multiple winters, having survived the tough smallpox inoculation process, she supported and cared for the poorly prepared Continental Army. Such history is remarkably represented on the Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin and can add a great deal of long standing value to any collection or investment portfolio.
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